Yuka Takaoka became globally famous after going viral on social media due to a brutal crime she committed in 2019, and well, it seems that the same Yuka Takaoka is out of prison and is set to become a cosplayer, initiating activities on social media.
The Yuka Takaoka Case
In May 2019, Yuka Takaoka attacked Luna, a young man working at a Host Club (basically a place where women go to talk and spend time with handsome men).
Takaoka had allegedly checked Luna’s phone while he was in the shower and saw supposed photos of him with other women. Driven by jealousy, she waited until he fell asleep and then attacked him with a knife.
The crime was brutal; Luna was left injured and covered in blood on the floor. One of the most famous images from the crime is that of Yuka Takaoka sitting with blood-stained legs, smoking beside Luna’s naked and fallen body, showing no reaction to the presence of the police.
She was arrested in 2019 and sentenced to about 3 years in prison. Luna survived the injuries and is doing well. Her social media accounts were discovered, and she became an online sensation, with many finding her a “cute Yandere” and following her.
Apparently, Yuka Takaoka is out of prison and is going to become a cosplayer
It seems that Yuka Takaoka is out of prison, having spent a short time there for such a brutal crime. Her Instagram profile, which hadn’t been updated since April 2019, received a new post on November 10, announcing new social media accounts on Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, and Bigolive:
According to her new Twitter profile, she will now go by “Uyu” on the internet and will livestream games and post cosplay photos. At the moment, no photos of her have been published, so it’s unclear whether it’s really the same Yuka Takaoka who was arrested or someone who gained access to her social media and wants to promote themselves.
Her new Twitter profile garnered the following comments:
“The Queen’s Return.”
“Hope you’re having a good day.”
“Love you lots and glad you’re back.”
“The Yandere has joined the server.”
“She’s back… don’t hurt me.”
“Looking forward to what you’ll upload.”
“This will be interesting.”
Anyway, as of the time of this post, her new Twitter profile has 2,100 followers, and her new Instagram profile has 2,415 followers.
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